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Dibya

Extended Kernel for XP (ExtendedXP)

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roytam1    22
8 minutes ago, Dibya said:

I will use link.exe

I think it will be perfect

link ExKernel.obj /OUT:EXKERNEL.DLL /SUBSYSTEM:CONSOLE /ENTRY:start

I need a hooking engine that will redirect Missing API into my Exkernel.dll

I have written it in assembly with alink but alink seems to be extremely weird in binary compilation ,

EXKERNEL.dll

I previously preferred http://www.masm32.com/ but MASM became to old now whereas NASM still gets update . 

I think you should check how ReactOS link its kernel32.dll

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Dibya    222

I am getting some link error

"unresolved external Symbol "  

Alink never said it

I declared extern

5 minutes ago, roytam1 said:

I think you should check how ReactOS link its kernel32.dll

 

EXKERNEL.ASM

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Dibya    222

Hi in nasm when I am using -fobj  (which is obsolete ) code compiles but when I use fwin32 I get parser instructions expected and error symbol redifined such and such errors. 

Edit :: I have to find a easy way to define dll import in nasm under -fwin32.  If some one help I will be much helped. 

Go Link seems to produce much cleaner code , I will use it . -fwin32 required for goasm, ms link. 

I have to find a good hooking engine to redirect api calls. It will be awesome if that library has .ini to define which functions for which dll. (IAT)

 

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Damnation    10
1 hour ago, Dibya said:

I have moved all codes to MASM but more terrific situation .

ExtendedKernel.7z

I'm unable to download.

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Sorry, there is a problem

The page you are trying to access is not available for your account.

Error code: 2C171/1

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Dibya    222
25 minutes ago, Damnation said:

I'm unable to download.

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Sorry, there is a problem

The page you are trying to access is not available for your account.

Error code: 2C171/1

some body can fix it , I can download my attachment .

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bphlpt    104
5 hours ago, Dibya said:

some body can fix it , I can download my attachment .

@Dibya, Rather than posting your file as an attachment here on the board, could you please post your file on one of the free file servers, and post a link to the file here?  That should be a more reliable way to share files.  [It would also help the board by removing some of the bandwidth and file storage requirements. :) ]

Cheers and Regards

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Dibya    222
3 hours ago, bphlpt said:

@Dibya, Rather than posting your file as an attachment here on the board, could you please post your file on one of the free file servers, and post a link to the file here?  That should be a more reliable way to share files.  [It would also help the board by removing some of the bandwidth and file storage requirements. :) ]

Cheers and Regards

Thanks I will put it on my mediafire account 

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Dibya    222

I have successfully compiled using NASM but GolInk does not produce files...

 

 

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jumper    55

Remove all references to MYFUNCTION from the source.

None in EXKERNEL.ASM. If you repost ExtendedKernel.7z, I'll take a look.

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